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good morning, america. and breaking right now, that record snow. and now the deep freeze spreading across the nation. dangerous pileups on the roads as temperatures plunge as much as 40 degrees in some places. ginger is tracking it all. this is gonna be a one-way mission. we're going to go and we're not going to come back. >> new this morning, the navy s.e.a.l. who says he killed osama bin laden speaking out. for the first time. how that elite unit prepared for killing the most wanted terrorist in the world. they thought it would be their last. the more i could get him to like me, the less likely he would hurt me. >> harrowing ordeal, the young mother held at gun point for hours at her office, as her coworkers escaped. afraid for her life, how did she keep calm and get out alive? an abc news exclusive.
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and swimming with sharks. wait until you see this. a reporter dives into these shark-infested waters, surrounded by dozens of the man-eaters trying to pull him under. the secret to surviving the impossible. and good morning, america. on this veterans day. a day for all of us to pause and pay tribute to those who have served our country. >> we salute you. and michael will have a story coming up later of a retired sailor bringing down the house in the monday night game in philly last night. >> it's amazing. we think about the veterans who protect us. this guy is going to make you cry. it was amazing to see another talent of one of our soldiers. >> he's going to share that. so we'll have that in just a bit. we want to get right to the one-two punch of very cold weather. a powerful storm bringing heavy snow, dangerous conditions with an arctic blast of frigid air
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right now right behind it. ginger, you're tracking it all. >> yeah, this snow was big. in some places, from omaha, nebraska, to wisconsin, slipping and sliding. check out that drift. this is in cambridge, minnesota, where they had more than 16.5 inches of snow. st. cloud, a daily record, over a foot. minneapolis, 2.6. spooner, wisconsin, 14 inches. it's not just the snow or the ice on the roads, but you have that cold that's going to keep it in place. these are actual air temperatures. 5 in billings. and in casper. and in minneapolis. and we find alex perez with the snowy story. >> reporter: good morning, ginger. part of the problem is how much snow and how quickly it fell down yesterday. there are huge mounds of snow like this piling up all across town. this morning, millions of people are waking up to feel-like temperatures in the single digits. this was the scene across much of minnesota. [ horn honking ] car after car sliding. and crashing into one another. >> just a landslide of cars. everything slid down the hill.
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>> reporter: minnesota highway patrol responding to nearly 500 car accidents on monday as this winter storm roared into the midwest. >> i have been here for two hours. >> reporter: in duluth, a 16-car pileup, backing up traffic for hours. this semi sliding off the road and flipping over. the same for this suv. >> go ahead and drop her in gear and see if she'll come forward. >> reporter: tow trucks pulling car after car back on to the road. at minneapolis-st. paul international airport, the runway shut down. 175 flights canceled. this woman finally making it back from a cruise. >> we were in belize, it was what, 80? so, welcome home. >> reporter: this time-lapsed video shows how quickly the storm came in. dropping nearly a foot of snow in five hours. in denver, they started the day at 69 degrees but ended up in the teens. now this morning the digging out and cleanup begins. >> might be a long winter. >> reporter: and here in the minneapolis area, they are
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preparing for the long haul. temperature here are expected to struggle to get out of the 20s all week. george? >> get the snow out of your hair, alex. thanks very much. and the new firestorm over who killed osama bin laden. for the first time, we're seeing and hearing from the navy s.e.a.l. who claims he fired the fatal shots. a claim that's tradrawn fierce criticism from other s.e.a.l.s. abc's martha raddatz joins us from washington. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, george. he has been criticized for breaking the s.e.a.l. code of silence. but rob o'neill who says he fired the shots to bin laden's head, as decided to tell his story anyway. it was a dangerous, daring mission. going after the most-wanted terrorist in the world. but navy s.e.a.l. rob o'neill says in a special airing tonight on fox news channel, that when s.e.a.l. team 6 first started training for the mission, they were not told who they would be targeting. >> they told us a couple of things like, we're going to read you in to this eventually.
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here's who's going to be there. they said a few names that didn't make sense. a few of us were talking a couple days later, this person, this person, why would they be there? it's bin laden. they found him. we're going to get him. >> reporter: and on that may day in 2011, the team moved secretly to do just that. but moving into pakistan under the cover of darkness, o'neill said the team members thought this mission might be their last. >> the more we trained, the more we realized this is a one-way mission. we're going to go and not come back. we're going to die when the house blows up. we're going to die when he blows up. or we're going to be there too long and be arrested by the pakistanis and spend the rest of our short lives in pakistani prison. >> reporter: that, of course, did not happen. but special operations commanders are not happy about s.e.a.l.s who talk about secret operations. a reminder went out to that community emphasizing the core
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values, including behaving as a quiet professional, not one seeks public notoriety. >> thank you very much. what a story. >> it really is, george. now to the emergency evacuation in a florida neighborhood. families forced from their homes after a sinkhole opened up on a driveway, swallowing a car. steve osunsami is on the scene outside tampa florida in holiday. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning, robin. scientists tell us now is the time when families across florida start to see more of these sinkholes as the rainy season ends. this is as close as we can get to this one. it's sitting underneath this tree. authorities keeping us at a safe distance. >> i was like, holy crap. not that word but that's what i was like. holy crap. >> reporter: this morning, authorities are closely watching a ten-foot-deep sinkhole that's threatening this florida neighborhood, swallowing this
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hyundai and part of the driveway. >> one minute you're comfortable and thinking what you're going to do with the day. the next minute, homeless like that lady. >> reporter: anna says it took the ground just 15 minutes to destroy the car. her home is condemned, all of her belongings left behind. six other families next door leaving their homes, too, spending the night in hotels. worried the earth could swallow them whole. >> i don't know how safe my house is going to be. right now i can't go home. we're all in the same boat. >> reporter: this is an early start to the season. the earth caving in after summer rains, causing the limestone to give way under ground. >> how far is it sinking? >> it's just cracking. the whole house and the floors are cracking. >> reporter: last year, people just 13 miles away watched ed e sinkhole eat their home and pool. outside orlando, a 100-foot sinkhole swallowing vacation villas with families sleeping inside. the geologist who works for homeowners believes this was an old singhole from the 1940s that had yet to give way. and scientists tell us there are
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many more like these across florida waiting to be discovered by homeowners. george? >> we've seen so many of them. steve, thank you so much. and the investigation now into the death of joan rivers. a damaging new report reveals a series of major mistakes during a normally routine medical procedure. most shocking, photos taken while she was under anesthesia. mara schiavocampo has the story. good morning, mara. >> reporter: george, good morning. the report notes that several of the clinic's own policies were not followed, putting joan rivers at risk. melissa rivers is responding to the revelations. this morning, new details about joan rivers' death. a report finding the yorkville endoscopy clinic failed to follow protocol while the comedic legend was undergoing a scheduled procedure for acid reflux in august. she suffered cardiac arrest and died one week later. in the highly critical report, the u.s. department of health and human services found the clinic failed to identify deteriorating vital signs, and
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provide timely intervention, including blood pressure, pulse, and temperature. and they did not obtain consent for all of rivers' procedures, including one conducted by a surgeon not even authorize to work at the clinic. and a staff member proceeded to take pictures of rivers with his cell phone, while she was sedated. she was put under with propofol the same drug that michael jackson overdosed on. the report stating her dose of propofol was inconsistently documented in the medical record. and rivers' body weight was not recorded. a critical detail in assessing proper dosage. now, rivers' daughter, mel lyss sarks responding to the report through her attorneys. she is outraged by the misconduct and mismanagement now shown to have occurred and will direct her efforts towards ensuring that what happened to her mother will not occur again with any other patient.
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which experts say could include a lawsuit. >> if the facts in the report are true, the clinic would probably come to the table and work out some kind of settlement so they don't get hit if front of a jury for a much larger number. >> reporter: the clinic says all of the staff members named in the report are gone. and they're committed to addressing the problems outlined. if they don't, they could close in january and have their medicare and medicaid funding taken away. george? >> that would be a big penalty. okay, mara, thanks very much. let's get today's other top stories from amy. good morning. breaking news overnight about the ferry disaster that claimed more than 300 lives. the captain of the ship that sank off south korea in april has been sentenced to 36 years in prison, avoiding a death sentence. he was convicted of negligence after he was caught on video fleeing the ship in his underwear as it was sinking, leaving hundreds of passengers behind, most of them teenagers on a school trip. a possible breakthrough
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in talks between president obama and the president of china this morning. the president announced an agreement to expand a trade deal that could eliminate tariffs on certain high-tech products. but the big news may be on the sidelines of the summit, where president obama and russian president vladimir putin were appearing to warm up to each other, briefly talking about the issues like the iranian nuclear program and the syrian civil war. hackers frare being blamed r a breach at the u.s. postal service. 800,000 employees' personal information may have been compromised. but most postal customers are not affected. warning to anyone using an iphone or ipad. a security flaw could allow hackers to install fake apps on your mobile device that impersonate real apps, allowing them to steal your personal data. the best advice, avoid third party app stores and never install an app from a pop-up ad. new video this morning of the lava flowing from hawaii's
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kilauea volcano. claiming its first home. the first house has been burned to the ground. they had evacuated a long time ago. it could take weeks for the lava to reach the next home. a frightening emergency landing near houston. the landing gear on this plane was not working. so the pilot had to swoop in for a belly landing. bouncing and skipping on the runway. the cessna ended up eventually tilting on its nose, but everyone inside, okay. and finally, we all know bachelor parties can get fairly wild. but one guy's friends pulled off a very clever prank. they blindfolded him and told him he was going bungee jumping. he trusted his friends, not knowing what was in store. he prepared himself for the free fall of a lifetime. his friends cheering him on, calming him down, and instead it was a belly flop into that lake. preparing him for marriage. and all the surprises that brings, right? just kidding. i'm not saying marriage is a
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belly flop. >> i hope he didn't belly flop into love. i mean, wow. >> just saying it's not what you expect sometimes. that's all. >> he was so calm on the way down. >> he thought he had a long way. >> oh, no, not so much. not so much. all right, amy, thank you very much. now to one of the biggest divorce settlements ever. a top oil executive paying his ex-wife nearly $1 billion. and that's actually far less than her lawyers were asking for. rebecca jarvis has the story. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: hi, robin. good morning. and these numbers are mind-blowing. her lawyers were going for half of his nearly $18 billion fortune. and still the settlement is so large that news of it hit her husband's company's stock price, continental resources. >> tell me, j.r., which slut are you going to stay with tonight? >> what difference does it make? whoever it is, it's got to be more interesting than the slut i'm looking at right now.
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>> reporter: it's the most talked about divorce battle since "dallas'" j.r. and sue ellen ewing went toe to toe over his oil fortune. this time it's oklahoma's richest man, harold hamm, an oil maven and the man behind one of america's fastest growing energy companies, continental resources. he's just been ordered to pay his former wife, sue ann, $995 million in what's being called one of the most costly divorce settlements ever. it ended with the ruling he has to pay her $322.7 million by the end of this year. after that, she'll receive $7 million a month. so what does $7 million a month buy you these days? how about 140 2015 bmw convertibles. 70 kentucky derby contenders. or a little getaway like this in the hollywood hills. the couple had been married since 1988 and had no prenuptial agreement.
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hamm's fortune is estimated at $17.6 billion. which means he drops a few positions on the the forbes reichest people list. and she's now on it. she's one of the richest women in the world as a result of this. and she worked for the company as an attorney for continental resources. that's the argument there. she helped build it. >> you should have seen michael's face when he heard a billion dollars. >> $7 million. >> i should have married him. >> which one? you know. >> that's all i'm going to say. hey -- i don't know if there's a congrats in that story. but this is a story. a great story at that. a mother, she's truly lucky to be alive this morning after doctors almost declared her dead. she suffered complications after childbirth and had no pulse for 45 minutes. what happened next is hard to explain. but reena ninan has the story. >> reporter: what happened to 40-year-old ruby is being called a miracle.
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>> you can't even explain it into words. it's unbelievable. >> reporter: clinically dying after a seemingly routine and successful c-section, her heart stopping for 45 minutes. >> there was no pulse, no blood pressure. and the patient was not breathing on her own. >> reporter: doctors placed her on a ventilator, unable to breathe on her own for three and and a half long hours, as they frantically tried to resuscitate her. ruby says she experienced a glimpse of the afterlife. >> i remember seeing a spiritual being, who i think was my dad. i remember another spiritual being. i wasn't walking, i was kind of flowing. it's peaceful. i mean, there's nothing to be afraid of. at one point it was like a force, almost. it was like, you're not going any further. this is it. and you know, that's when i -- when i understood, you're not going to stay here. you're not. this is just a little bit. you're going to go back. it's not your time. >> reporter: doctors out of
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options, they began calling her family in to say good-bye. but then incredibly, the blip of a heartbeat. >> it was, indeed, something we don't see. i have never seen, myself. the whole family and -- a big majority of the medical team believe this was at least some kind of divine intervention. >> what? you only want mommy? >> reporter: mother and 7-week-old daughter happy and healthy and savoring every new day. >> i'm a normal girl. i'm sure a lot of other people maybe deserve it more than me. i don't know. but i was chosen to be here. >> reporter: for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> i love how the baby girl is looking up at her like that. the doctor said, divine intervention. how else can you explain it? >> wow. >> just an incredible story. ginger, you are easing us into the cold in the east. >> i like the show nice pictures. all the mild air ahead of it.
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gulf shores, alabama, that's awfully nice. and all the way up into new england, cooling down very soon. i thought why not focus on what's mild today? how about new york city. going to 63, boston, to 61. washington, d.c., will be just short of 70 degrees. and, you know, the change is coming. but let's just focus in on the greens and yellows of jacksonville, 78. 79 tallahassee. oblg, i can't wai okay, i can't wait. i gotta show you that. and how soon it will be here. new york city, 63 today, 45 by the weekend. and you know you wake up sub-freezing in a lot of the suburbs. and chicago, high of the freezing mark on thursday. atlanta, even dropping below 50.
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>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. this veterans day we will be partly sunny and cooler. especially inland areas drop a lot today. wet weather on wednesday night into thursday morning and dry this weekend and possibly another storm next week. 50's along the cost today and low-to-mid 60's elsewhere and inland east bay, upper 60's for you. we will have drizzle tonight and some clouds and big rain on wednesday night into >> i honestly expected more boos. no boos? nobody got anything for me? what's your threshold for boo? >> we just -- you're wearing us down. we're getting used to it. >> okay. coming up here on "gma," hostage drama. the young mom held at gun point
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for hours, speaking out in an abc news exclusive. how she got out alive. the suspicious death of a promising young weatherman. new clues from the chilling 911 call. plus, swimming with the sharks. our reporter in shark-filled waters. the secrets to surviving the seemingly impossible. and on this veterans day, the blockbuster rendition of the national anthem on "monday night football." what he said after bringing down the house. >> i want to hear him sing. and a big night on "dancing with the stars." alfonso scoring huge with his daring dance. is he the favorite to win it all? when we come back. dance. is he the favorite to win it all? when we come back.
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will be open with some elective procedures and appointments over the next two days maybe rescheduled. let's check out your holiday commute with lay la ghou leyla >> the metering lights are on but they're cycling fast. as we look at the san mateo bridge, boy contrast that's a busy ride because of an accident on the flat portion. then we've got some accident involving a big rig the southbound side of the nimitz right at whipple road so do expect delays. we'll check out your forecast with meteorolog
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good morning. check out the lack of fog on live doppler z7 hd. visibility is almost unlimited. temperatures 13 degrees warmer than yesterday, all of us in the mid to upper 50s. these clouds are also going to keep us 1 to 13 degrees cooler keep us 1 to 13 degrees cooler than yesterday as the cool ♪ ♪ first impressions are important. you've got to make every second count. banking designed for the way you live your life. so you can welcome your family home... for the first time.
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here and only here. ♪ come and get it. ♪ ♪ turn down for what and what a night for alfonso and witney. a little help from lindsey as well. and look what they picked up. four perfect 10s for that paso doble. someone had to go home. it's lea. she's going to be here this morning. they had a great dance on their way out. we say good morning, america. >> come on, michael. turn down -- ♪ turn down for what >> now all is right in the world. and a young mom held at gunpoint for hours. now speaking out about her ordeal. it's an abc news exclusive. and then, what does it take to go swimming with the sharks? our reporter's diving into infested waters surrounded by
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oh, dozens of maneaters trying to pull him under. no big. this is serious. we have the secret to survival. >> yeah. don't go in the water. and on this veterans day, the rendition of the national anthem by a required sailor that you have to hear. it brought down the house last night. >> got chills. ♪ o say can you see >> and we'll share it with you later. but we begin with the terrifying hostage situation with a happy ending. a gunman is in custody this morning after holding people in an office building for four hours. a woman held captive helped negotiate his surrender and spoke to abc news exclusively. ryan owens joins us from norman, oklahoma, with this story. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, robin. i can't wait to share this courageous young woman's story with you. she has nerves of steel. what she did in the office
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building behind me ensured the hostage drama ended peacefully. dozens of workers flee after a gunman storms into an oklahoma office complex. but four hours later, two hostages remain. >> i just felt that, the more i could get him to like me, the less he would hurt me. >> reporter: jennifer may redefine grace under pressure. while her male coworker was locked in his office, she spent hours face to face with the gunman who shot his way into the awe office. >> i dove down as soon as i heard the shots. underneath my desk hoping he hadn't seen me. he's like, ma'am, please get up, stand up. i'm not going to hurt you. >> reporter: 29-year-old devin rogers kept his word. but he also kept this wife and mother of two hostage. >> i was scared. i think my emotions shut down and you just go into survival mode. >> reporter: throughout the ordeal, she texted her family
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and friends, trying to assure them she was safe. there's a gunman in the office, please call mom. this is no joke. >> reporter: remarkable, she said rogers was kind and courteous, even asking her permission to smoke a cigarette. he said he was a veteran who served in iraq and afghanistan. >> he had no more value to society. he came back and could not find work that would pay him above minimum wage. he wanted to go to jail but wanted to negotiate the terms. >> reporter: so this young paralegal went to work. helping to negotiate the hostage-taker's surrender. this morning, she has sympathy for the man who pointed a gun at her for all those hours. >> i think he needs to get the help he needs. i did not feel like, you know, he was a psychopath. he was just a person who just snapped. >> reporter: jennifer said the gunman told her he picked the building behind me completely at random. he's from california and doesn't even know anyone here in oklahoma.
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police here will be working hard to confirm that today. meanwhile, there's a certain paralegal here, george, that will be taking the day off. and i think she earned it. >> i should say so. thanks very much. and the mysterious death of an aspiring weather man. it was reported as a suicide, but a newly released 911 call is adding more questions about what happened. tom llamas has the story. >> beautiful day out there. climbing into the low 80s. >> reporter: that's timothy englehardt, delivering one of the last forecasts before his mysterious death. >> my friend shot himself. we think he's dead. he shot himself. >> reporter: the 22-year-old shot in the head while hanging out with friends in september. it was first reported as a suicide, but this morning, police calling the death suspicious, something his parents have believed all along. >> timothy definitely did not do this to himself. >> reporter: for starters, the gun was found nowhere near his body.
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>> the incident took place in the front porch area of the home. the gun was inside the house, it had been moved into the house. and that's where the officers located the gun once they arrived on scene. >> reporter: and his parents say they have questions about the 911 call which police are still evaluating. take a listen as the caller speaks to another one of timothy's friends at the scene. >> no, you didn't. you didn't kill him. relax. >> reporter: according to the police report, she says timothy and her boyfriend were handling the gun, and friends observed the magazine being removed from the weapon. she saw timothy take the weapon, place to it his head, and pulled the trigger. a bullet apparently left in the chamber. police have no persons of interests, but his parents say their son, an honor student at florida's embry riddle aeronautical university had no
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reason to commit suicide. he was so close to reaching his dream job as a weather man, and interned at abc's boston affiliate. a dream cut short when someone pulled the trigger. and the friend who made the 911 call tells us she's devastated but cannot comment until the investigation is over. timothy's parents said he just made plans to come home for thanksgiving. his grandmother promised to pay for the ticket. george? >> thank you, tom. a lot of work to do on that investigation. now let's go the ginger. >> look right behind me. fall colors. that's not a big deal. look where it's from, beverly hills, california. yeah, take you to southern california. on-shore flow at the coast will keep san francisco at 63. los angeles, 67. go inland and it's plenty warm. 5 for yuma. palm springs, 83. and 63 for reno. the cold started to settle in. missoula, montana, that's a high temperature today. remember, we were looking earlier. and a lot of places in montana are starting the day sub-freezing as actual air temperatures. spokane, 26.
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and we wanted to look at the freeze line through next week. we wanted to give an indication of how not warm it's going to be for this long. that is next tuesday. yes, waking up to 16 in cincinnati. kansas city, only 21. and look how far south, even tallahassee in the 30s. >> i am meteorologist mike nicco with cooling that hit the coast spreading inland up to 69. rough serve at the beach at 62 and partly sunny, up to 67 around the >> all that cold weather brought to you by pronamel toothpaste. >> boo. >> there we go. amy's got it. there's the spirit. >> i like that. all right, coming up, we'll have it the laest on the young girl snatched from her bed in the middle of the night. we spoke to her parents yesterday. what you need to keep your home and your children safe. and a frightening shark attack caught on camera. the one thing a surfer did that probably saved his life. and see what happens when "gma"
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all right. back now at 7:41 with "gma" survival week. just this past weekend, a teenage surfer was badly bitten by a shark in south florida. he was lucky to be saved by
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other people on the beach. but survivingen the attack is not just about luck. as abc's matt gutman is here to tell us about, this time with an incredible demonstration to boot. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, lara. this time i had to jump into the deep end to fend off sharks, my hands and feet. we had a number of safety precautions, including chain mail armor. this is probably one of the most terrifying experiences i have ever had. >> get out of the water! shark! >> reporter: this is the terrifying moment a great white attacked swimmer steve robles just off a beach during an early morning swim. >> you could hear it crunch. i was staring at the shark eyeball to eyeball. >> reporter: he says he jabbed the narc's nose hard and it let go of him. >> it was the most frightening
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thing anyone could ever experience. >> reporter: there were 51 shark attacks on u.s. coasts last year, but according to this survival expert, surviving a shark attack isn't as impossible as it may seem. to show us, he took me to an especially shark-ridden part of the bahamas. where the natural beauty belied what's beneath. first, a quick scuba dive to get our bearings. >> there are sharks everywhere. >> reporter: we're in a frenzy of reef sharks, up to ten feet long. less aggressive and with a less lethal bite than great whites. >> we're right in the middle of it. >> reporter: we're about to do what they tell you not to do. float on the surface, most dangerous to humans. to the sharks, our flapping hands, legs and feet look like food. >> everything down there is going to smell like food, including you. >> reporter: we are simulating a person dumped in shark-infested water.
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the trick is, we have chain mail to protect us. don't try this at home. >> ready? >> reporter: no. >> let's go. >> reporter: gallantly, i let terry go first. ah! i just landed on one. they are just bumping us right and left. and in the midst of this school of 25 sharks that my lesson begins. whether it's great whites or reef sharks, terry says the advice is the same. >> let's try to get back to back, and link arms. now we have each other for protection. we're on top of the water thrashing, that's potential food. >> right. >> they come in, and it becomes an attack -- >> reporter: yep. >> you're going to have to strike them, quick, fast, punch down. that way, you guarantee you're going hit them somewhere around here. they don't like that. >> reporter: so it's the eyes, the gills, the nose, the snout. >> exactly. all the sensory stuff is concentrated there. all you can do is fight and let
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them know, i'm not going down easy. >> reporter: within minutes, the sharks are all over us. and it's a fight to keep them off. the best thing for me right now is fending them off with my feet. kind of like that one. >> yeah, do the best you can to keep them off of you. >> reporter: but it doesn't always work. the sharks keep coming. you're saying, good morning, america. watch this. one going right over my head. let's get in. and that was enough for me. >> that was? >> yeah. >> sorry, that was enough for you? >> that was enough for me. sharks don't eat people. most of the attacks we have seen are cases of mistaken identity. sharks often mistake hands and feet. they don't have hands, so they use their mouths to taste things. so, you know, what's remarkable about this is that they didn't bite us. we were in the water. we gave them every opportunity to chomp on us. and they're smart enough to know -- laughter here -- smart
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enough to know the difference between fish and man. >> was there a point where you went, what am i doing? >> the entire endeavor was. i let him go first. i was terrified. >> you did it. >> i'm afraid what you're going to teach us to survive next. >> plane crashes and boat crashes are next. a caveat here. we did not hurt the sharks. just pushing them off. >> you volunteered for this assignment, right? >> i did. i chose it. may be the last one, though. >> you and ginger should do something together. i think you would make a great team. >> i think so, too. >> you win the insane anchor of the month. that was -- that was very impressive. thank you. if i ever find myself in that situation, i now know what to do. i'll be thinking of you. all right, everybody. and coming up, a powerful rendition of the national anthem bringing down the house at "monday night football." stick around.
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good morning, i'm kristen sze. a 4-year-old boy is recover after a dramatic fall off a 230-foot cliff. he fell near bodega bay around 5:00 yesterday. authorities say he was with his family on a trail and was throwing rocks off a cliff when he slipped and fell. crews had to use ropes to get to the boy. he's now stable at the hospital with broken bones. finding him was tough because it was so foggy. no such fog this morning, mike. >> no, look at live doppler 7 hd, just a low cloud deck in the marine layer that's much thicker this morning. temperatures from upper 50s along the coast to upper 60s our
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and shocking details on that chilling child abduction in utah. now security experts showing you how to make your home safer. ♪ am i wrong and sizing you up. what's really a perfect 10 when it comes to your clothes? the new calvin klein ad under scrutiny and igniting a frenzy over what it means to be a size 10. ♪ carry on and on this veterans day, we're celebrating two american heros. a friendship borne on the battlefield. >> never quit. that's the old saying. even from day one selection. never quit. >> why they're the face of bravery and brotherhood this morning. and -- ♪ so it's gonna be forever or it's gonna go down in flames ♪ >> taylor swift trending big,
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for "blank space." she's here with a huge exclusive announcement as we say -- >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. great crowd with us here on tuesday. there they are. lea and artem, sent home from "dancing with the stars" last night. surprised a lot of people on "dancing with the stars." i love how they did that -- right there in social square. so happy they flew overnight to be with us live this morning. thank you, both. >> surprised. they were so electric last night. >> they were. >> and a great dance. and excited to have taylor swift back this morning. her new album, "1989," sold more than 2.5 million copies. in two weeks. >> wow. >> wow. >> hello, taylor. she's got another announcement coming up in just a little bit. >> good for her. and it's veterans day, and celebrating the men and women
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who courageously serve our country. we are fortunate to have some in our audience right now. look at the soldiers. you know, i got a very special story coming up about two of our heroes, two of our veterans. >> it's a great story. stay tuned for that. and celebrate robin for a second. very special night for our girl. robin was honored as one of "glamour's" women of the year at last night's awards gala. women celebrating women. this event celebrates women from entertainment, politics, fashion, you name it. and robin roberts at the top of the list. and wow, the gun show. >> i was just going to say can we celebrate those? >> call the vet. the puppies are sick! >> yeah, i know, michael. welcome to my world. every day. but i really was honored. and to have shonda rhimes, she's a little busy, good thing it wasn't on a thursday night. she wouldn't have been available. but she was available last night
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and she was very kind to present. and chelsea clinton, lupita nyong nyong'o. ambassador power. >> you were telling a story. you and ambassador samantha power, your intern. >> she ended the speech, she remembers 25 years ago, someone with an impact on her life. why is she so familiar to me? she was my intern. >> oh, wow. >> my intern. and i knew then. girl, get out of here. i knew she was going to go places. little did i know she was going to be as powerful as she is. >> you can read more about it in "glamor." >> and the others. >> they are amazing. that's on news stands this morning. >> thank you. >> great. now to amy with some news. >> good morning, everyone. and begin with the milestone in the fight against ebola in america. today, new york doctor craig spencer is ebola-free. there are no ebola patients in the united states. also today, kaci hickox is free
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to tral as much as she wants today. her 21-day monitoring period ended at midnight. president obama began two days of talks with whichina's president, saying he wants to take their relationship to a new level. they've agreed on a trade deal to drop tariffs on high-peck products. but there are cyberthreats and greenhouse gas emissions to discuss. a new step from the vatican to address child sex abuse in the catholic church. there is a new appeals process. the panel will be made up of seven bishops selected by the pope himself. and a 4-year-old boy had to be placed in a basket and hoisted to safety after falling 230 feet off a cliff on to a beach. rescuers found him conscious, though suffering from several injuries. he's now in the hospital beginning his recovery. and in florida, authorities are closely watch this is
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ten-foot sinkhole that opened up and swallowed that car in that driveway in just 15 minutes on monday. nobody was injured, but six families had to evacuate. and police in philadelphia are looking for an angry husband in the middle of a divorce accused of deliberately driving his estranged wife's corvette into the delaware river. it took divers three hours to pull it out of the 30-foot water. and finally my pick for father of the year. yes, indeed. he found a way to communicate with his teens and entertain us all. so we have this video on youtube, where father gives a very instructional how-to video on how the hang your towel up after you shower. it's like he walked into my bathrooms. this isn't his first video. he had one on instructing teenagers, his sons, on how to replace a roll of toilet paper. i suggest the next one is how to throw away a box when you take out the last item. how many times have i opened a
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drawer and been like, oh, come on, people. i thought i was going to get a brownie. they're all gone. that's what happens in my house. thank you for helping our teens do the right thing. >> and he speaks in their language. >> yeah, just very step by step. fold the towel, hold it up. all the things they don't know how to do, apparently. >> ours is the nice bottle of cold water in the fridge, reach for it, empty. >> who puts that back? our children. >> exactly. and now to the chilling kidnapping in utah. a little girl was snatched from her bed and saved by quick-thinking parents. remember, they were here yesterday. so many lessons to be learned here. so we asked abbie boudreau to tell us what to do to make sure you know your family is safe. >> reporter: 40-year-old troy morley will appear in court later today after allegedly going into the edsons' unlocked home and taking 5-year-old laney from her bedroom.
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>> her bedroom door was open, and the light was on and the bed of the empty. >> reporter: talking about the nightmare in an exclusive interview with robin. >> the next thing i heard was not the front door opening or closing but the screen door, when it closes. >> reporter: her stepfather catching them in the driveway. while this couple's swift actions saved her, this expert shows us what to do to make your home more secure. starting in your child's bedroom. >> this is an emergency doorstop. turn the device on. place it on the ground behind the door. if the door opens when it's not supposed to, trips the alarm. >> reporter: arthur says, visible deter renents are a mus. >> just like having a dog bowl visible, by a front door. keeping a nice, big leash on the doorknob. this is a fantastic deterrent. >> reporter: and it works? >> absolutely. >> reporter: if someone does break in, protect yourself with common household objects, strategically placed near the front and back doors. >> a candlestick, wouldn't think of it as an improvised weapon, but it is. >> reporter: but one thing that might stop an intruder in its
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tracks, it's a screaming child. >> we really need to empower kids to yell and scream for help. not just specifically screaming. screaming clear, concise, action words. help, 911, stranger. >> reporter: simple words that could save a life. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> important reminders right there. "pop news" and weather coming up. but let's go to michael in the social square. thank you, george. here's a look at the "gma morning menu" in the social square, powered by samsung galaxy. what's got one direction and bono banding together? can't wait to find out about that. and what's really a perfect 10 when it comes to your clothing size? good question. and a big surprise on "dancing with the stars." lea and artem were sent home. they're here live. how does that happen? how do they send them home? we'll find out. that's coming up on "gma" here in times square. ♪ ing up on "gma" here in times square. ♪
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the third installment, "mockingjay, part i." last night, the cast took on london for the world premier. jennifer lawrence in a stylish white dior dress. and heaping praise on her pals and co-stars. josh hutcherson and liam hemsworth. the oscar winner calling the guys her angels and her kittens. the movie's out november 21st. they will be here first. donald sutherland on deck. wednesday he'll be here. then josh and liam and jennifer lawrence, all together. that is a trifecta of movie madness on thursday. do we have a picture? queue up the picture of the ladies? >> there we were. >> doing the symbol. a little sneak preview, thumbs up, ladies? >> it's like a jarring movie, is it not? on the edge of your seat. >> can't take your eyes off it for a second. >> really. >> people were also taking --
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>> girl scouts? girl scouts? >> hey, george -- leave us out. hey, george. you too, george. >> that's part seven. >> george and i are always in the future. always ahead of everybody. >> one step ahead. >> that's right. cutting edge. >> they are. hey, on the third -- we're going back now. 30th anniversary of the song "do they know it's christmas." ♪ do they know it's christmas time at all ♪ look at the cast. some of the biggest names in music are coming together to remake it. this time, the money raised is being used to fight ebola. and the announcement is coming from musician and philanthropist bob geldof. bono is back, joined by one direction, chris martin from cold play. ed sheeran. >> sheeran. >> i love you, ed. and so many more. people will be able to buy the new track as a physical record or download it.
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the recording set to take place this coming weekend. it's going to be great with ed. >> you just made me snort. >> no one can ever stay mad at you. >> ed. i do love that song. >> i do. >> you know the one. >> absolutely. i got it. finally, talk about getting an earful. >> again? ♪ >> that's right. >> dancing ears? >> i thought he was going to talk. he's just dancing with his ears. >> the musical. >> what? oh, no way. ♪ looking at her >> no. >> low, low, low. >> listen, everybody gets their groove on in different ways. ♪ >> look at that. >> no special effects. he's doing that? >> yeah, they must have some strings hooked up to the ears. that's too -- and on beat, too. >> exactly. >> no, there's not someone
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standing behind him doing that. george, that's really his ears. >> i'll buy that one. >> oh, george. >> that you bought? >> i'm not buying that. >> that dog has more rhythm than more humans, most humans that i know. to be honest with you. that was very good. >> do you think he had a little help? >> yes. >> no. >> george -- >> show of hands. yes. >> i'm the skeptical one. going with real. we're going to get some weather now. >> that's real. oh, let's do some weather. we have a little cutie peeking over there. and we are here saluting veterans with the u.s. air force honor guard. these are all active duty. but we are looking at the vets and looking at the veteran forecast. look at these numbers. was put a couple of cities that >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. this veterans day we will be partly sunny and cooler.
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especially inland areas drop a lot today. wet weather on wednesday night into thursday morning and dry this weekend and possibly another storm next week. 50's along the cost today and low-to-mid 60's elsewhere and inland east bay, upper 60's for you. we will have drizzle tonight and some clouds and big rain on wednesday night into >> and one more out here. this is my grandpa, grandpa's a vet. let's get inside to george. >> thank you. first up, a firestorm sparked by the calvin klein ad campaign. it features a size 10 model, not the size you usually see on the runway. it's sparking all kinds of questions and conversation. lindsey davis has the story. >> shout goes out to my man, calvin klein. >> reporter: black and white and known for tuning people red all over. calvin klein's ads created a buzz, but the newest underwear ad is under scrutiny for a
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very different reason. and model mala is right in the thick of it. >> for fashion industry standards, straight size models are from 0 to 6. and for plus-size models, they are from citizen 10 and up. >> reporter: yes, plus size. while calvin klein never billed the perfectly fit as a plus-size product, it's come up several times since the ad was released. sparking a bigger conversation about what plus-size really is. in a new article, "elle" magazine calls it surprising that the fashion industry would still designate the model as a plus-size model. many on the internet are outraged. one person tweeted, it angers me so much what the fashion industry thinks is plus size. >> so used to skinny models, when someone is a healthy size 10, we don't know really how to handle it. >> reporter: in a september campaign for style like you's
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what's underneath project, the model addressed her place in the fashion world. >> we're like not skinny enough to be a straight size. and not large enough to be considered plus size. >> reporter: whatever she is, calvin klein says she's just right for their ad. saying it was intended to communicate that our new line is more inclusive. for "good morning america," lindsey davis, abc news, new york. >> all right, thank you. next up on the "heat index," and they are hot. but it was a shocking elimination last night on "dancing with the stars." six couples on the ballroom floor. and the dancing judges called it an exquisite performance. they were sent home. lea and artem. you were told that, exquisite performance. and yet -- >> thank you, thank you. it was a good night. great night. we had two hot different kinds of dances. >> you guys were wild. it was fantastic. >> yeah, we had really a great time. you know, look. i'm in a tiger leotard. yeah. i lost ten pounds. >> did you really?
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>> you did seem so pumped up after that first dance. >> yeah, it was really exciting. we haven't watched it yet. >> look how good you look. >> thank you. yeah. we had a good time. >> i want to ask you, as we watch this, how was this experience for you, your first time out as a pro? >> i loved it. and having lea as my partner was phenomenal. i loved every minute of it. too bad it's -- >> it's over. >> -- over. >> and what a ride. and lea, you said you set out to challenge yourself, but also to be a role model for moms and other women. you accomplished that, yes? >> i think so. a lot of people came up to me and said they were inspired. it's a little bit hard to do when you're not a day over 25. when you have been in this business for 40 years. it's a little more challenging. but artem made it a great experience. and we had a blast together. sometimes they didn't show it in the packages. they kind of had us arguing all the time. which was like -- >> oh, tv.
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>> they did last night. >> i know. it was like we were always laughing and having a great time. he's an amazing choreographer. for being the first time on the show, he did an amazing -- >> all because of you. >> no. >> love is in the air. >> did the bug bite you again about dancing? we know that you did that before. >> yeah, it was really great to feel like my body was like my body again. because i never worked out. and i got so much stronger. and i feel like just, just, better than i've felt in 15 years. >> wonderful. >> go out there and keep doing it. i'll call up artem. hey. go away. >> let me just tell everybody, abc's "switched at birth" abc family's -- you've been doing great job. >> shooting that while doing this. there's a christmas special on the 8th of the december. i'll be directing again. >> good for you. thank you to you both. hey, michael. >> all right, thanks, guys. and on this veterans day, i
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wanted to share a story with you that is extremely close to my heart. i first met sean clifton and mark walton, two elite delta forces three years ago in a car on the way to walter reed medical center. just a chance meeting. and i found their story to be incredible. i hope their story of courage and friendship will touch you as much as it touched me. two american heros. their friendship borne on the battlefield. for army sergeants mark warner and sean clifton, this is a reunion that almost didn't happen. i met with them just steps from the 9/11 memorial to honor the ones they were fighting for when their lives were changed forever. the special forces unit brought you two together. that's how you met. >> yes. >> was it an immediate friendship? >> we were on the same specialty cell within our team. it just worked out perfectly. >> worked together, eat together, train together. and just come -- you know what
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the next person's doing. >> reporter: the elite green berets, protecting the most dangerous corners in the world. on may 31, 2009, it was one mission that challenged their faith and sealed their bond. where were you on that day? >> we were in southeast afghanistan. ghazni province. >> we had targeted a taliban commander. we knew that he was there that day. and we rolled out. and we ran into a hornet's nest, really. >> mm-hmm. >> around the corner, that's when sean kicked the door and the guy, point blank -- just took his a.k. and shot right up sean. he was hit. i saw his eyes, they were just big. help, i need help. and he collapsed down. >> reporter: sean, gravely wounded, visions of his wife and sons flashing before him. >> i'm just thinking. lord, let this be a dream. please, lord, let this be a dream. but you know visions of those boys and trying to fight back to
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get back home to them and to my wife, to my family. >> reporter: bleeding out, sean approaches his final breath. that's when mark, a medic, takes charge. diving through bullets to treat sean's wounds. convincing a medevac pilot to defy his orders and land inside the firefight. >> mark's my hero, as well as a lot of the guy on the team. >> there was a higher power that day looking out for us. as much fire power on the battle field that day. and the wounds that sean had. >> reporter: the mission over, sean's personal battle just beginning. over 20 surgeries in five months. his room at walter reed medical center, the new fox hole. >> in our minds, we think we're these big, bad green berets. to be at the point where i can't even sit up in my own bed under my own power, that was a humbling e experience. >> reporter: from mark's courage and action, to sean finding his
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strength. ending at a marathon finish line. >> i took the next nine months plus and went from kicking the walker away, dropping the cane, and walking. and jogging. and then, october, 2010, i finished that marathon. that was a big deal. >> never quit. an old saying from day one selection. never quit. >> it wasn't just for me. these guys risked their lives. so, you know, the best thing i can do is get back up on my feet. and that's my thank you back to them. >> reporter: and so on this veterans day, we salute sean and mark. brothers in battle. who like all our veterans have taught us so much about what friendship and courage and resilience really mean. what an incredible story. i met these guys. never forgot the story. and three years later, happy to be able to do this piece on them. mark earned a silver star, and sean earned a purple heart and a bronze star. and i have to give a shoutout to
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my friend, josh, who sent these guys out more a much deserved dinner when they were here in new york city, from the lure fish bar. >> what a way to honor veterans day. you see the humility. people who have done extraordinary things. >> they don't want the recognition. but we do. we honor them and recognize them today and every day. >> yes, that is the truth. makes you realize what they do for us. very humbling. >> thanks for bringing that to us. >> and, we want to hear from you out there. everybody, leave your message of thanks #honoravet. and we're going to show some of those when we get a minute. it would be great to hear your stories. and coming up, taylor swift is here with a big, exclusive announcement. live. can't wait to hear what she has to say. big, exclusive announcement. can't wait to hear what she has to say. hd 8
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good morning, i'm kristen sze. a potential new clue has emerged in the search for a san francisco tech worker who has not been seen in more than a week and a half. friends searching for 26-year-old dan haas say they may have spotted him in surveillance footage in a whole foods supermarket. the video shows a man they think is ha and then leaving. he disappeared on halloween. it seems to be mostly holiday light out there. let's check in with leyla. good morning, everyone. here's a look at the san mateo bridge where there's a beautiful drive as you make it over to the peninsula. the metering lights are turned off at the bay bridge as well. we do have one accident on the transition between westbound 580 to 680. it's a solo car that hit the k rail.
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we are looking at a little delay as we approach 680. the rest of the drive is a breeze as you head into castro valley. >> we'll check on
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good morning. we have clouds but no fog on this veterans day so let's talk temperatures. they're warmer than they were this time yesterday. upper 50s to low 60s already, but with the cloud cover out there and the sea breeze, look at this, we'll be a couple degrees cooler around the bayshore and out to the coast where we saw bigger drops
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yesterday. santa rosa to livermore, about 13 degrees cooler. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. rain is coming wednesday ♪ ♪ play, play, play ♪ and the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate ♪ what a great moment that was in times square. shouting down times square. super megastar taylor swift performing shake it off during her epic "gma" concert. excited to have her back here in times square this morning. and miss swift has a big announcement. >> not wait one more second. here she is. >> hello. hey, guys. >> hello. >> welcome back. >> how is it going? >> great. >> thanks for stopping by. >> you must be enjoying this wave. >> yeah, it's good. thank you so much for being so welcoming and always having me over. i really appreciate it. >> you have sold so many albums so quickly. and in this time and age,
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taylor, you know how people were trying to say, oh, people can file share. it's not going to happen. but you have proven that's not the case. >> i have been very optimistic and enthusiastic about the state of the music industry. and thankfully so have my fans. they have proved and they are ready and willing to invest in music and pay their hard-earned money to buy music. i think it made an incredible statement especially in this time in music. >> i think you're right. >> yeah. >> let's talk about your new video. the new york times gave it a rave review. said it has humorous smarts and a few oscar-worthy breakdowns. >> i didn't know they said that. >> yes. right here. oscar-worthy. >> yeah, this -- yeah, wow. there's a lot happening there. >> tell us about it. >> basically we shot this music video, joseph kahn directed it. we shot it in these mansions in long island.
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and essentially it is a song i wrote about basically the fact that the media has kind of portrayed me to be this crazy, desperate serial dater. so i decided i was going to continue the joke and take back the narrative. and so i wrote "blank space." we decided to go absolutely crazy with the video. >> you did that. >> i had a feeling it was going to be special. so we ended up creating this 360-degree app experience for the fans. >> yes. >> which is so fantastic. >> so neat. >> i love the one part of it where you can go into rooms. but i pushed on the portraits that you sort of defiled of the ex, and on the back you have written something on each. >> i didn't see that part. that's cute. >> this is something i worked together with american express. we created this 360-degree experience for fans. you can go to the app store. it's free. and you essentially get to play around this story land and explore the mansion. >> it's great.
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>> it's like you're in it. >> yeah. >> all these hidden little clues. click on doorways, go into the next room. >> right. >> if you close up on -- if you -- that takes you to another room. if you go to a clock, it'll close up and you can unlock little hidden messages and clues. >> there's the portraits. >> you know, you're going to click on -- >> i love going into doors. you don't know what's going to be in there. >> very cool. >> and you can see us acting and acting out the scenes depending on what room you're in for what part of the song. >> a perfect day. >> absolutely. >> you got the clue that you could find if you click on the right thing. it's really fun to have fans that actually do care about videos and story lines and lyrics. and so the fact they're so engaged makes me want to create cool little things for them like this. >> is this something you'll do for more videos? was it a good experience? >> it was an amazing experience. it's the first time this has been done for a music video.
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so i really hope that -- >> so neat. people are comparing it to gone girl, actually. i saw that comparative. yes. because how well you portrayed crazy, i guess. >> thank you. i try. >> you did stop short of murder, right? >> just shy of murder, actually. >> that's true. >> okay, everyone. >> one thing, can i give a shout out to your brother. that was so sweet. you went to notre dame. he was in the play. >> he was acting and got incredible reviews in the play he did. it was really great. at his school. >> you could have been over in europe accepting awards, but chose to be there for family. >> yeah. it was the day of the emas, and my brother had a play. he's actually just started to fall in love with acting. >> uh-oh. >> he's at notre dame. i know. but he's really good at it and loves it. so it's awesome. i was really happy to see it. amazing job. >> great sister too on top of it all. >> thank you. >> thanks for coming back. the unstaged taylor swift, go to
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the app on itunes and the google play store. now ginger. and we're playing too. this is little charlie, a big taylor swift fan. hanging out in the mansion, enjoying it. but we're also enjoying this mild weather out ahead of what will be not mild at all. and some coming with a front that did that in colorado. that's dust. not clouds, dust along the front. and so the big dust storm there. and the cold front slipping through chicago. starting in the 50s. by this afternoon and evening, going home, it's just above freezing. windy and, oh, so winter-like. des moines, 28 for a high today. minneapolis with that fresh snow >> i am meteorologist mike nicco with cooling that hit the coast spreading inland up to 69. rough serve at the beach at 62 and partly sunny, up to 67 around the bay. and all that weather brought
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to you by band-aid. our friend, garth brooks, has a brand new album out today. he was just here last week. and a special message for all of you. >> to all the great people who watch "good morning america," are you ready? it's been 13 long years since i put out a new studio record. now hearing it from me. those days are done. "man against machine" is for the people who dream, work and fight for what you believe. life is too short. don't give up on your vision. let me know what you think about "man against machine." how it speaks to you. thank you. >> i love that man. you know, garth brooks has sold more albums in the u.s. than anyone except the beatles. isn't that hard to believe? but not hard to believe. i'm sure this new album is going to help to narrow that gap. so great to have new music from our fave, garth brooks. lara. >> thank you so much. two episodes left before "scandal" hits the winter hiatus. please say it ain't so. fans will have to hold on two
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more days for the first one. a fix for you right now. darby stanchfield, otherwise known as abby, is with us. and taken over the "gma" instagram account. here is one of those pictures. here i am getting ready, there you go. and darby is with us right now, live. how are you, my friend? >> i'm good. that was pre-coffee. >> yeah. i was looking at the camera. i have so many questions, not a ton of time. and really it is all about abby this season. let's talk about the last episode. we met the ex-husband. >> yes, charles putney. >> if you're in the a gladiator, just listen up. you have to get involved. this is serious. chip, charles putney. we see a side of her that i have never seen before. >> sure. >> very vulnerable and taking things -- taking matters into her own hands without remorse. >> well, she was a, you know, domestically abusive relationship in her past marriage with chip. and so you get to see this --
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she goes through ptsd when she sees him again and completely collapses. for the first time you get to see just in his name being mentioned and then her seeing him, how vulnerable and her underbelly. we have never seen before in the show. >> she's always the one who has it kept together. and how is that for you to play this side of abby? to show the vulnerability? >> it was really -- fun may not be the right word. but rewarding to get to know more of this character. shonda rhimes and the writers, it was like -- they wrote every -- it was like a road map. they wrote every nuanced detail, the talking softly, and lack of eye contact and needing to hide. >> and i love how olivia is there for you when you need -- yeah. you guys have both really been there for each other. >> for each other. sure, yeah. >> and watching your pain and going through that ptsd.
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that's so well-put. that's hashtag we have been seeing online. won't be long until we start hearing ablivia. >> so true. >> it's nice to see you back together. >> olivia is the only one that she has consistently in her life. they have fought over harrison, stef, and her leaving, olivia leaving opa at the beginning of the season. but nothing can break the friendship. >> yeah. i want to ask you, darby, what would abby want for olivia, fitz, the president, or jake, the rogue? i don't even know what to -- >> captain ballard. >> yes. >> i think abby would just want olivia to be happy. abby is quite a moral compass. so i think abby has like ideas what have this is. you need the guy to be faithful and divorced and available. >> those are clues, everybody. if you want to know where abby would lean. >> totally.
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but she certainly would want her happiness. and it's been great to see she hasn't been too judgy about any of it with olivia. just really compassionate in terms of olivia's love triangle. >> before we go. can you give us, will we will angry, sad, shocked -- >> in the next episode. there are a couple of bombs that are dropped. cyrus gets into some huge trouble. >> this has been brilliant. >> yeah, but it gets really bad. >> okay. >> even more. >> oh, my. >> and abby's personal life gets a little -- before the season finale. abby's personal life -- a little more complicated. >> i saw she was smooching with somebody i would not have thought she would -- >> who knows where it goes. >> all right. so much to cover. love having you here, darby. love to shonda and the whole "scandal" gang. you can watch a brand new episode of "scandal" this thursday night, 9:00/8:00
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we're now an . we're now to educator, tim shriver grew up a kennedy. harboring a secret about one family member's lifelong challenge with disabilities. now revealing this and a whole lot more in his memoir. it's beautiful. it's called "fully alive: discovering what matters most." chronicling his lifelong quest to make a difference in this world. i had an opportunity to sit with him. what inspired you to write the book? >> i was surrounded by people with special needs in my work and my life and my family. these people have a real insight into what matters most. i need to try to share it. >> is that what you mean by fully alive? >> fully alive is here i am, i love who i am, i have a dream, vision and passion to share. and i'm ready to give it to the world. >> in your family, a lot of special needs. people who had challenges. your aunt rosemary. ask your earliest memory of knowing there was something
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different. how did the family handle that? >> it was a very difficult time. at some points they almost tried to fixer her. see if they could make it go away. but in the end i think she taught them all something. i think she taught them that power isn't something you get, it's something you give. that real power comes from giving yourself to someone else. and that's the lesson that shaped them all and as a result shaped my generation too. >> think of the wonderful family and all that you have accomplished, when it's said and done, people are going to remember this part of your family's legacy. >> it's amazing to me that rosemary kennedy inspired some of the most powerful and lasting changes in this country and other countries. >> can i have the -- >> that's a -- >> yes. >> the good hands here. >> the special olympics. you are the chairman and have been. it's something that goes back to your mom. >> yeah. you see there, play unified. >> yes. >> play unified. don't play angry, don't play distracted, don't play for just
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defeating other people. the message of this movement, 4 million athletes, 170 countries, so many millions of volunteers. >> teaches kids today how to not be afraid or not understand those people who are not exactly like them. >> i hope some day that every school in america will have a special olympics team. and when the band plays and the cheerleaders dance and the crowds cheer, they will see a person with downs syndrome, a person with autism, as an icon of the school's values. i think this little ball can be a real weapon in the fight for a more inclusive future. >> all of us being fully alive. >> fully alive. >> fully alive. so when people pick up the book and close it, what do you want they want to feel? what do you want them to know that they didn't? >> i hope they'll see the stories of people in their own families. you know, it's a story about my family, but i hope it's a story about your family too. the reader's family. let go of the secrets and the fear. you'll find yourself feeling very much like a special olympics athlete who runs their
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best race, raises their arms on the finish line and just goes, that's the best i can do. i'm a champion. >> hey, tim, thank you very much. always a privilege. >> thank you. >> we're going to be spending a lot of time between now and july. >> i hope so. thank you. >> he is a special man. fully alive is in bookstores starting today. and the 2015 special olympics world summer games open july 25th, 2015, in los angeles. i'll be there. coming up, fitz and the tantrums performing live. come on back. a broader mix of energies, world needs which is why we are supplying natural gas, to generate cleaner electricity, that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal.
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hey, we're so excited to have pop sensation fitz and the tantrums with us this morning. fresh from selling out shows on their u.s. tour. and with the latest single off off their smash second album, "more than just a dream." which is out now, by the way. here's "fools gold."
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fitz and the tantrums. ♪ ♪ oh, maybe i just wasn't good enough to blow your mind you know i tried ♪ ♪ them silver lines they cut like blades of glass ♪ ♪ not worth the blood we've shed for love ♪ ♪ so give it up, start beating, hearts have gone cold ♪ ♪ and not repeating it's all been done before ♪ ♪ give it up start beating hearts have gone cold ♪ ♪ hey now when we gonna wake up ♪ ♪ but fools gold shines like diamonds in our eyes ♪ ♪ thought we had a million but baby we had nothing ♪ ♪ but fools gold shines like words that make us cry ♪ ♪ we just keep on digging, find us something better for the next time ♪ ♪ next time ♪ for the next time, next time ♪ oh, baby i just wasn't strong
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big thanks to fitz and the tantrums. that was great. livened up our tuesday morning. >> thank you. big day tomorrow, steve carell and donald sutherland. so long. tomorrow, steve carell and donald sutherland. which means it's time thfor the volkswagens here, sign-then-drive event. for practically just your signature, you could drive home for the holidays in a german-engineered volkswagen. like the sporty, advanced new jetta and the well-crafted all-new golf.
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good morning, i'm kristen sze. it looks a little cloudy on this veterans day. let's talk to mike about it. >> most of the drizzle is gone except for near the coast maybe for the next hour. the cooling is going to spread inland today, temperatures up to 13 degrees cooler in the north bay and south bay and also inland east bay. 57 at the coast, 61 in san francisco. we'll have mid to upper 60s just about everywhere else. accuweather seven-day forecast, wednesday night through thursday morning, good chance of rain and another one monday. hopefully commuters won't get too lonely as they approach the toll plaza here at the bay bridge. empty conditions but there is one accident over the santa cruz mountains. this is a vehicle versus a mountain lion, unfortunately,
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southbound side right at idyllwild road. thanks for joining us. have a great day. we'll see you on the midday news at 11:00. announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, recording artist and author, alicia keys. and host of "watch what happens live," andy cohen. plus, dake his new single, "something big," shawn mendes. all next on "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: hi. hi. hello!


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